Kazeti German Shepherds - Exhibitors and breeders of long coat German Shepherds

 

 

 

 

Litters due soon,    I am delighted to announce my young boy Cchacco is to become dad to Luka's litter in June

 

 

 

 

 

I am very sad to say that on 15th November my beautiful baby boy Axel (Gayville Sammo at Kazeti) went to rainbow bridge.

Anyone who knows me will know how much this boy means to us here at Kazeti.  He gave me just over 12 years of love and devotion and was my foundation stud dog and has produced many fabulous puppies and left a huge hole in my heart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kazeti Boss (Odin) won Best Longcoat puppy and Best Longcoat in show at the Midland Counties Show under judge Geoff Barlow and received a superb critique

 

 

Midland Counties GSDA. 19TH July 2015.
Firstly thank you to the club for inviting me to judge the long coats, this is the first time they have put on long coat classes. Also thank you to the exhibiters for entering. Just a couple of comments, all characters were good; there were 2 that were well over weight. Please try and get the weight off your dogs, so that they can have a long and happier life. 3 years ago I judged a rally for the club, and that day I found a real star, who went to the rainbow bridge not long after. At this show I found another star, and I hope he can follow in my other stars footsteps. Well done.
L/C Male puppy.
1st Henderson’s, Kazeti Boss. 8 months gold sable. Medium size, medium strength, excellent head and expression, good firm overline going into a well moulded croup. The upper arm is steep, but of good length, the rear angles are good, he stands correct in front and he is firm in hocks. Holds his shape well at the walk and at the gait, which has plenty of drive. This was my star of the day, Best L/C Puppy and Best L/C. I will watch him with interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please see our new page Pen & Ink drawings 

 

 

 

Yoschi has passed his IPO2 and koerung and is now home forever. 

 

 

 

 

 

my fabulous Yoschi in training